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Class Notes for CLASSIC 28 at University of California - Berkeley (UCB)

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CLASSIC 28 Lecture Notes - Didacticism, Indo-European Languages, Nepenthe

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CLASSIC 28 Lecture Notes - Thesprotia, Odysseus, Telemachus

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Read myths as if they still matter because they do, how one can approach the odyssey in a few weeks: four groupings, one approach would lie in the inte
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CLASSIC 28 Lecture Notes - Telemachus, Nausicaa, Swineherd

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Sather classical guest lecture - every thursday 5:30 at 270 dwinelle - this one 8p in the. Maude fife room aka wheeler 315 - fran ois lissarague !! htt
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CLASSIC 28 Lecture Notes - Enûma Eliš, The Guardians Of Time, Abzu

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Miscea eliade cosmos and history: the myth of the eternal return - you"re always renewing. Acadians one of a series of cultures recorded by literature
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CLASSIC 28 Lecture Notes - Telemachus, Moral Agency, Odysseus

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The gods are giving but theyre not good but just in a functional way: more common in iliad than odyssey. In representing human life, it seems that they
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CLASSIC 28 Lecture Notes - Telemachus, Ancient Greek

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Homeric and hesiodic poetry is spoken word not sung. We shouldn"t think of an audience to homer as being uniform (age, gender, class? etc: multiple aud
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